OFFSET PRINT

Offset printing is the most common printing technique currently, and it is estimated that as many as 80 to 85% of all printing requirements are made on this principle. In fact, offset printing is also one of the most cost-effective but also the fastest printing techniques, and is primarily intended for printing larger print runs.

Printing technique in this way is in principle very simple and logical. In short, during the process, the color is transferred from the board to a special tire, through which the print is transferred to the selected printing paper. The paper most commonly used for offset printing is kunsdruk of different weights, but also offset paper as well as mouflon.

During the offset printing process, only 4 primary colors are actually used, namely: black, blue, yellow and red. And in the course of the subsequent printing process, all other colors are created by a special technique. In addition, there is a so-called palette of special colors, such as silver and gold, that cannot be obtained from basic colors.

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OFFSET PRINT

Offset printing is the most common printing technique currently, and it is estimated that as many as 80 to 85% of all printing requirements are made on this principle. In fact, offset printing is also one of the most cost-effective but also the fastest printing techniques, and is primarily intended for printing larger print runs.

Printing technique in this way is in principle very simple and logical. In short, during the process, the color is transferred from the board to a special tire, through which the print is transferred to the selected printing paper. The paper most commonly used for offset printing is kunsdruk of different weights, but also offset paper as well as mouflon.

During the offset printing process, only 4 primary colors are actually used, namely: black, blue, yellow and red. And in the course of the subsequent printing process, all other colors are created by a special technique. In addition, there is a so-called palette of special colors, such as silver and gold, that cannot be obtained from basic colors.

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